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    Psychosocial Hazards are real and are part of the...

    Psychosocial Hazards are real and are part of the OHS practitioners ever increasing field. This actually costs insurers millions of $'s per year, one of the biggest professions to suffer from this is...
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    Sticky: Hi Kevin, The only other area I can think of...

    Hi Kevin,

    The only other area I can think of is what happens when an incident occurs. The management of and return to work programs for various injuries and industries. Workcover, Insurance groups...
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    Allan I am in agreement with you on this. I have...

    Allan I am in agreement with you on this. I have joined a few of these sites to cross reference opinions and to get other peoples points of view and experiences. Sadly they seem to die off slowly,...
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    Hi purpl36irl, I am pasting a link for a desk...

    Hi purpl36irl,

    I am pasting a link for a desk top or laptop electronic calculator, it may help. http://www.safetyrisk.com.au/2010/03/14/electronic-risk-score-calculator-nomogram/ I would say as...
  5. Hi Sally, Firstly I know the dilemma and can...

    Hi Sally,

    Firstly I know the dilemma and can sympathise. The only thing that Skilled would have to rely on as a defence is documentation. Basic safety checks or hazard hunts, conducted prior to or...
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    Hi Belindac, You could also try looking up...

    Hi Belindac,

    You could also try looking up large companies and contractors, some of these tend to publish part or all on the web. May require a little digging sometimes. Sometimes a straight...
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